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Spy Bound

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    Feature Film | 2003-2004 | Whodunit | France, Italy, Spain

      Brief synopsis

      France’s intelligence services send a group of four secret agents – Captain Georges Brisseau, teammate Lisa and their colleagues Raymond and Loïc – to carry out a sabotage mission in Morocco.
      The supposed aim of the mission: to blow up the ship of the Russian businessman Igor Lipovsky, thereby intimidating him and halting arms deliveries to the Angolan rebels.
      Tony, “guardian angel,” will supply diving outfits and materials, along with the explosives that Loïc and Raymond will attach to the hull of the “Anita Hans”. Brisseau and Lisa will oversee operations from a hotel in Casablanca.
      All goes well…

      Cast

      ActorRole nameVoice actor / SpeakerVoice actor
      Vincent CasselGeorges Brisseau [L]Jacques Breuer
      Monica BellucciBarbara / Lisa [L]
      André DussollierColonel Grasset [L]
      Charles BerlingEugène [L]
      Serge AvédikianIgor Lipovsky [SR]Arthur Galiandin
      Gabrielle LazureVéronique Lipovsky [SR]
      Sergio Peris MenchetaRaymond [SR]
      Éric SavinTony [SR]Matthias Klie
      Ludovic SchoendoerfferLoïc [SR]

      Crew

      ActivityNameComment
      3rd AD FloorJulien TrigerSpain shooting
      Director of photographyJean-Pierre Sauvaire
      Still photographerÉric Caro
      Casting directorOlivier Carbone
      Costume designerVirginie Montel
      DirectorFrédéric Schoendoerffer
      Script supervisorOlivia Bruynoghe
      EditorIrene Blecua
      ComposerBruno Coulais
      ProducerÉric Névé
      Production designerJean-Baptiste Poirot
      Unit production managerCatherine Lapoujade
      ScreenwriterFrédéric Schoendoerffer
      ScreenwriterOlivier Douyère
      ScreenwriterYann Brion
      Sound re-recording mixerGérard Lamps
      Sound editorJean Goudier

      Distributing companies

      CompanyComment
      Tamasa Distribution [fr]International Sales
      TFM Distribution [fr]France (theatrical)

      Cinema

      TypeCountryDateComment
      Theatre releaseFranceWednesday, 31/03/2004